engird


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en·gird

 (ĕn-gûrd′)
tr.v. en·girt (-gûrt′), en·gird·ing, en·girds Archaic
To encircle.

engird

(ɪnˈɡɪrd)
vb (tr)
to surround with a girdle, or as if with a girdle

en•gird

(ɛnˈgɜrd)

v.t. -girt -gird•ed, -gird•ing.
to encircle.
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engird

verb
Archaic. To encircle with or as if with a band:
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It's not difficult to imagine that Bjork's quixotic auralscapes are spawned from the icy blue Atlantic that relentlessly engirds her native Iceland.
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